The Lego Movie held off all the Valentine’s Day releases and the new Robocop to keep the top spot for the second week in the row.
It’s time once again for us to give out awards you actually care about to movies you’ve actually seen in the 7th Annual Kick Ass Awards.
This week on the podcast Zach, Chris and Joe, back from holiday break, talk about the jam packed slate of Marvel movies for the next couple years and the complete lack thereof of DC movies, how awesome Michael Fassbender is, the pros/cons of Ghost Rider, Rocket Raccoon, the personal life of JCVD and much more.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows finally arrives on DVD and Blu Ray this week and it’s our Pick of the Week.
This week the duo of Chris and Zach talk about the ramped up second half of Walking Dead season two and it’s new TV partner, Comic Book Men, the insanity of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Hannibal Lecter, SWAT and the origins of Jeremy Renner, the underrated classic The Rocketeer and much more.
The original Ghost Rider was a snoozefest with terrible special effects, a lame villain and a bored looking Nicolas Cage. What happens when the Cage is unleashed and Crank directors Neveldine/Taylor are behind the camera? You get the insane sequel, Spirit of Vengeance.
The Vow loses it’s Valentine’s Day advantage and gives up the top spot to Safe House while the new releases had pretty mediocre openings.
February is not the best time for movies but this month has the first major superhero movie with Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and Denzel Washington in full bad ass mode in Safe House.
This week the duo of Zach and Joe discuss a slew of topics including the recent Conan the Barbarian remake/reimagining, Ghost Rider, the Marvel Knights universe, Civil War, Troll 2, Mad Men for 80’s wrestling and more.
After the disappointing cinematic debut of the demon vigilante, Marvel has let Crank directors Neveldine & Taylor go crazy with the Ghost Rider sequel and it looks awesome.